In the Tokugawa Era, the clan of Lord Yagyu has hidden away three scrolls containing clan secrets which, if revealed, would cause revolution and disaster for the clan. The information is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nicki M (nl) wrote: I lasted 20 minutes. Total and utter crap.
Niral G (ca) wrote: A remake of "Back to the Future" this movie just was a complete waste of time. The movie left a ton of loose ends open at the end (ie what happened to Neha Dhupia's character above what was told, why did the change not effect the future more, etc.). I generally have an issue with time travel movies, so may be biased.
Matt N (nl) wrote: Disney Channel never seems to disappoint when it comes to trying to change itself from both a Turner Classic Movies predecessor and a haven about anything and everything related to The Walt Disney Company into an MTV for little girls that teaches kids to be snobby to their parents and act spoiled rotten. Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie is one example, it has the very hateful character Alex Russo (played by the very likable Selena Gomez) sneaking out to a party her parents would not allow her to attend, and having to go with her family on vacation to Puerto Rico as a punishment. She constantly rebels against her parents, Jerry (David Deluise) and Theresa (Maria Canals-Barrera) throughout the beginning of the movie. In one scene, she talks back at her mom saying she's 16 and she's tired of people telling her what to do, and she is grounded for two months as a result of saying those things. Now, the main protagonist may be 16 years old, but you mostly don't have independence from your parents until you are in college. Anyway, she rebels on her mom again, saying she hates her and wishing her parents never met each other. This leads us to Alex and her two brothers, oldest child Justin (David Henrie) and youngest child Max (Jake T. Austin) having to find a secret treasure to reverse the wish before it's too late. Yep, it's that old Indiana Jones-style story again. So yeah, this is pretty much a ripoff of two popular franchises, Harry Potter and the aforementioned Indiana Jones.This movie is just one of the many prime examples of how Disney Channel has become nothing but a slap in the face to traditional Disney fans since 2006 (one year after Bob Iger became Disney's CEO). It's depressing that a TV network that had so much potential of being the place Disney fans could go to for watching their favorite Disney movie or laughing at the adorable antics of Mickey Mouse and his friends while watching the classic Disney library of cartoons has become nothing but a Nickelodeon/MTV clone. I also have one more thing to say to Selena Gomez, you have all the money in the world and plenty of talent. Why waste it on insulting teenybopper garbage like this?
Cade B (nl) wrote: one of the worst movies I have ever! seen
Johnathon W (gb) wrote: Now classic Halloween film that truly celebrates the holiday with a nice mix of scares & laughs. The cast is of a high-pedigree for a horror film and all are having a great time in their roles (Dylan Baker in particular brings nice menace as the creepiest principle you'll ever meet). Behind the camera, Michael Dougherty brings his passion project to life, addressing many classic Halloween themes, from poisoned candy to decorations, in a fun & original way. He also gets points for pronouncing Samhain properly (HINT: it's not SAM HANE). The multiple stories also intersect in a fun way with lots of twists you won't see coming. Best of all, he brings Sam, the creepy, child-like scarecrow, to life and creates one of horror movies best villains in years. The first images are already scary, from the costume to his size (Dougherty wisely had an actual seven year old boy play him) but when you see what is underneath, it's the stuff of nightmares. Overall, one of the best Halloween movies in years and a must for any holiday movie rotation.
Jeff M (us) wrote: This Korean horror movie is fairly good and just when you know what you suspected is right it suprises you. Some pretty good special effects. The acting from what I can tell is good but the subtitles occasionally go by too quickly to read.
Brad S (jp) wrote: Classic 80's film from Robert Zemeckis and starring Kurt Russell. I had never seen it, but enjoyed it. It's dated but fun, worth a watch.
Juan M (jp) wrote: la eterna pregunta sin respuesta : "basamos nuestras vidas respecto a las peliculas que vimos, o las peliculas que vemos se basan en la vida misma" sigue sin responderse .. asi parece expresar woody woody .. escribe pero no dirije, y hace dupla por primera vez con Diane Keaton ... basicamente .. el amor viene y va .. previo a eso, durante y hasta despues inclusive.. neurosis, especulaciones e ilusiones.
Nikolas G (us) wrote: Rainer Werner Fassbinder is the great filmmaker who had as his favorite female actress Hanna Schygulla ...here is the first film together with this title LOVE IS COLDER THAN DEATH
Richard D (mx) wrote: This film is less about the fights and more about the man. The film starts with him on top of his game and already a Muslim. And ends with him attempting to regain the heavyweight title. So this takes place over about 12 years, but does little to let you know that such large chunks of time have gone by. The fights are great to watch. They look like real fights and you never know how it's going to play out. Acting is great all around. The pace of the film is rather slow, especially in the third act and it could have done more to ramp up the importance of it all. But still this is a solid biopic and a great boxing film.
Andr D (gb) wrote: Sam Worthington, el protagonista de "Avatar", encarna aqu a un ex-polica acusado de robar un diamante que se coloca en el borde de una cornisa del piso 21 de un hotel para intentar probar su inocencia. Muchos clichs y poca accin en esta cinta que tiene actores de la talla de Ed Harris y Edward Burns, pero que en realidad no tiene nada de especial.
Cedric L (ag) wrote: Thrilling behind-the-scenes capture of Osama bin Laden.